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Monthly Archives: October 2016
I was wondering about the upkeep of the Cathedral when this lady in pink came out and started dusting the alter. The broom being used to sweep the dirt trails in the English Garden at Alcazar Palace is probably just … Continue reading
I find the intricate sidewalks, roads, floors, etc fascinating. So much work has gone into the surfaces upon which we walk as we stroll through historical areas. Enjoy the pictures below and marvel at the work that went into creating … Continue reading
There were channels throughout courtyards that brought the water to the trees growing there. A great way to utilize rainfall and keep water ffor pooling in the courtyard.
The bell ttower on the Cathedral in Seville is open to visitors. It is called the Herald a Tower (or El Giraldillo). It’s a long climb up the 100 meters (330 feet) to the top, but well worth the effort. … Continue reading
I was wondering why so many Spanish buildings are built around tiny courtyards. Our guide at Alhambra explained. Yes, another Arabic influence. Being from the desert where it is too hot to be outside, they built with open … Continue reading
I don’t think I have ever given much thought to why we say we are in seventh heaven when we are feeling very happy. Our guide in Alhambra explained. She pointed out features in the palaces, such as stars with … Continue reading